Timeline of United States inventions
The following articles cover the timeline of United States inventions
How to Hold Your Cards Like a Poker Pro - Live Poker Basics Tutorials
When you start out playing live poker there are a few important things you need to know, including how to hold your cards the right way so no one can see your hand. In this episode of Live Poker Basic...
The Power Of 3D Additive Printing - In The Wild - GE
Subscribe to the GE Channel: http://invent.ge/1eGgvZK Join “Tested” host Adam Savage and “Innovation Nation” correspondent Alie Ward as they go inside GE Power’s advanced manufacturing facility in Gr...
3D printing with light
Researchers have developed a new technique to 3D print entire objects in one go, by solidifying liquid resin with projected light. Find out more in this Nature Video. Read the paper: http://science....
Elon Musk Plans to Give the Entire Planet Free Wi Fi
Elon Musk plans to give the entire planet free WiFi Description: Free internet and free WiFi is something that people have been dreaming of for a long time but is it realistically possible? Elon Mu...
The Inevitable Death of Gun Control: Cody Wilson and the Future of Untraceable Homemade Firearms
Cody Wilson's Ghost Gunner milling machine and 3D printed firearms are destroying the concept of gun control. --------------- Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/reasontv Like us on ...
The rise and fall and rise again of Segway
Back in 2001, Segway had big goals to change the world. That didn't happen. But now almost two decades later, Segway may still change how we move. https://cnn.it/2Dlfgne
Our Blue Planet: Printing 3D coral reefs
The world's largest 3D printed reef has just been installed in the Maldives. #OurBluePlanet w/ OceanX + Reef Design Lab
Laser Cut Jeans
Você nunca mais verá sua calça jeans da mesma forma: mais uma aplicação para o laser...
It took around 45 hours of 3D printing to build this 1,076 square-foot house
It took around 45 hours of 3D printing to build this 1,076 square-foot house.
Lightweight 3D prefabricated concrete is signaling a revolution in architecture
Here's how a lightweight, prefabricated concrete slab is signaling a revolution in architecture.
This European city is 3D printing a tiny neighborhood
This European city is 3D printing a tiny neighborhood of sustainable homes.
Scientists Have 3D Printed a Human Cornea For the First Time
Scientists Have 3D Printed a Human Cornea For the First Time.
Guitar Legacy - Steve Vai, Apocalyptica, Russian Guitarists and Cellists (Kashmir Live Moscow 2016)
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Taser
A Taser or conducted electrical weapon (CEW) is an electroshock weapon sold by Taser International. It fires two small dart-like electrodes, which stay connected to the main unit by conductors, to del...
Ticket-in, ticket-out
Ticket-in, ticket-out (TITO) is a technology used in more modern slot machines. Originally developed by International Game Technology (IGT) and Casino Data Systems (CDS) under the name EZ Pay, a TITO...
Wheel clamp
A wheel clamp, also known as wheel boot, parking boot, or Denver boot, is a device that is designed to prevent vehicles from being moved. In its most common form, it consists of a clamp that surrounds...
Arc suppression
Arc suppression is the reduction of sparks formed when current-carrying contacts are separated. The spark is a luminous discharge of highly energized electrons and ions, and is an electric arc.
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6N24P
The 6N24P (Russian: 6Н24П) is a miniature Russian-made medium gain dual triode vacuum tube, intended for service as a cascode amplifier at HF through VHF frequencies. It is a direct equivalent of ECC...
Holter monitor
In medicine, a Holter monitor (often simply "Holter" or occasionally ambulatory electrocardiography device) is a portable device for continuously monitoring various electrical activity of the cardiova...
Glass harmonica
Invented by Benjamin Franklin in 1761. Music by Wolfgang A. Mozart. Played by French artist Thomas Bloch, exhibiting the glass harmonica in the Paris Music M...
Blue Amberol Records
Blue Amberol Records was the trademark name for cylinder records manufactured by Thomas A. Edison, Inc. in the US from 1912 to 1929. They replaced the 4-minute black wax Amberol cylinders introduced i...
Selectron tube
The Selectron was an early form of digital computer memory developed by Jan A. Rajchman and his group at the Radio Corporation of America under the direction of Vladimir Zworykin. It was a vacuum tub...